Police investigating T-Bone crash, expect delays

Renton first responders asked drivers to avoid Northeast Fourth Street and Nile Avenue Northeast, where a T-bone crash has resulted in multiple patients on Monday, Aug. 5.

Firefighters expected delays as the Renton Police Department investigates the crash.

Renton Firefighters tweeted at 1:30 p.m. the accident resulted in heavy vehicle damage and multiple patients. Crews had to extract one patient with critical injuries from their vehicle to Harborview Medical Center. There are no other updates on the number of patients or their conditions, according to a tweet.

Renton Police Department and King County paramedics are assisting.

By 3 p.m. on Monday the scene was cleared for traffic. This is an ongoing story and more information will be added with available.

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